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soon. >> randi kaye is joining us now. behind us you can see one of the national guard vehicles. there are several dozen vehicles here they have been using to patrol through the community here in hoboken and rescue people. they rescued 350 people in the last 24 hours since they have been here. in terms of where you were, any idea when that neighborhood belmar may get relief? >> just before our live hit here, we saw a member of the national guard come by. asked if we needed anything. was checking on the neighborhood. they are looking for relief very soon. it's cold here. they don't have any power. they don't have heat. that's because of the water that is sitting here behind me. still tonight it is four feet deep and it's not going anywhere. as i mentioned ocean avenue is two stop signs down and the water isn't going away with the low tide. it is just sitting here. tomorrow the good news is they are going to bring in massive pumps that can pump out 40 to 60,000 gallons of water per minute. they are going to get started on that. hopefully that will bring the water out and get it to
not able to dampen the spirits of people who live there as randi kaye found out first hand. >> if ever this belmar, new jersey, neighborhood needed one, they found one. they call him st. michael. his real name, michael irwin. the last two days, he is boating people two and from their homes, working 12-hour shifts. >> a couple of our neighbors, we got out and their dog, chuck we got out and his dog lucky, and there's a couple other people we have gotten out and other families, make sure they made it to dry land. >> reporter: lucky for his neighbors, michael is a surfer and kayaker, so he had a wet suit, also a boy scout, so he says he's always prepared. this area is known as the eighth avenue neighborhood and the water we're in right now, normally a street, an avenue, about 4 feet deep, so luckily, most of the residents, not all of them, but mote most of them did evacuate before hurricane sandy even hit. irene mccann evacuated to her son's house. but now she's returned, and she needs michael's help to reach her home. >> how much damage is in your home? >> almost to the porch. we have a
or abandoned in the storm. r randi kaye brings us up to date. >> reporter: robert is on the move. on this day, he and his team from guardians of rescue are in staten island trying to find, feed and save pets lost or abandoned during super storm sandy. >> we are going to leave you kitty litter. we will leave you dog food and cat food. >> reporter: robert's team has rescued 100 cats so far. he says residents underestimated the amount of water the storm would bring so pets either drowned or ran far from home to escape the rushing water. of those found -- >> many of them are suffering from stress to start. some of the cats had blood in their urine. some had internal injuries. some of them had exterior wounds. we found several cats with sea water in their lungs. >> reporter: it's a big job which is why robert called on his friend hush, a hip-hop artist from detroit. hush is a rapper but he's also an animal lover, who has helped animal rescue efforts in his hometown. hush's contacts in detroit donated nearly 8,000 pounds of dog and cat food. then he drove 12 hours through the night to new york to h
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